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April 23, 2019

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Member Since:

Mar 14, 2017

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Other

Running Accomplishments:

PR: 

5k: 0:17:48   

17:15 (Cedar)

1600: 5:09

5:04

1500: 4:45 (UVU)

 

400: 57 Seconds 

800: 0:2:14

2:12 (PV Invite)

Short-Term Running Goals:

Goals:

Have fun and get faster for the sake of enjoying running

Maintain sanity throughout college

Grow an inch taller so I at least have a chance at being able to dunk

Long-Term Running Goals:

Goals: 

To run an Ultra Marathon

To contribute to building up a good running communitty at the U

 

           

Miles:This week: 12.50 Month: 130.95 Year: 279.97
Total Distance
12.00

85 minutes 5A.M.

It’s been a rough week for running because of the trip but today was great. I went and did a nice long roun in Hanover, Pennsylvania. It’s beautiful here-lots of green stuff, old churches, and colonial houses. Plus, fantastic BBQ and thick ice cream. My only complaint is the humidity. It looks like I hopped in the shower every time I walk outside. I miss the dry heat but for now the food and scenery will suffice for a nice trade off. We’re off to Gettysburg & Philadelphia tomorrow (Monday). Also finished Desert Solitaire. It’s a fantastic book. I would highly recommend it. 

Night Sleep Time: 2.00Nap Time: 2.00Total Sleep Time: 4.00Weight: 0.00Calories: 0.00
Comments
From Vis on Sun, Jun 10, 2018 at 20:52:54 from 170.72.4.175

Nice to catch up on what youíre doing. Desert Solitaire will definitely make you miss the dry heat.

From Grant on Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 14:26:59 from 174.205.26.165

Thanks Coach! Very true! Iím done with the humidity here haha! Hope things are well back in St.George!

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